Author | Speaker | Thought Leader | Ordained Minister
Dawn has devoted the past 30 years of her life to helping children, young adults, and women overcome obstacles and reach all that they were created to be.
As an author, speaker, foster parent, and minister, she’s helped change the trajectory of thousands of lives and has played an integral part in the healthy development of children and teens.
Helping to Empower People of All Ages.
Women in ministry face a lot of pressures and expectations of who they should be and how they should act. This can leave women feeling hurt or burnt out. This book empowers women to thrive and not just survive while helping others and not losing themselves in the process.
Young Adults look to their environment to start to build their own ideas and develop their own interests outside of their immediate home. They develop their own likes and dislikes through their peers and entertainment. Adventure books give young adults a great source of entertainment whose underlying themes continue to educate and shape their development.
Children learn how to treat others through the modeling of other people in their lives. The more positive behavior they see the more they will model it. However, when a child sees negative behavior it is important to have a discussion about what was wrong. Picture books give parents a great educational tool to prompt discussion on these topics.
Dawn seeks to educate people in every stage of life – children, teens, and adults.
Featured Children’s Book of the Month
This book is designed for parents, teachers, and school counselors to read to their children to teach, train, and spark conversation at early ages. Not only conversations that may help them from participating in bullying, but also conversations to help them cope if they are the victim of bullying. Education is a key to prevention of unacceptable behavior.
Barnyard Bully is a book designed to educate young elementary children on the facts of Bullying:
- What is bullying
- How not to participate in it
- Using the STOP acronym to remember these principles